Manufacturer: Amerigas Category: Tank Refill Clear all filters (12 of 12 reviews match)
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Amerigas has dipped into this customer's pocket for the last time. I did a comparison call today after having our tanked filled a few days ago and receiving a bill for almost $700. Amerigas is charging $4.55 per gallon and another local companys price is $2.15 per...
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#1033377
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I needed a refill on propane for my cook stove. They quoted me $485!! I could not believe it! The added fees on top of fees to the cost of the actual propane. I did not use enough was the excuse they gave me. I told them I was going to let it run out and they can come...
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1.0
I didn't like
  • Any part of it for 16 long years loose the witch in cobleskill
  • Wont pick up tank after termination without a termination fee
  • Paid tank rental fee got gas elseware for 142 vs 485 cookstv
#1029548
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I asked to fill the tank with propane on a Monday they said that Tuesday was the only day available so we waited Tuesday all day. I called around 1400 they said that I was not on route and the driver had already done the delivery. I went to the office and they said...
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Amerigas Propane Tank Refill Review

#976834
1.6
Over priced propane and tank rentals.
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We have been on automatic refill with Amerigas in the Knoxville TN area. They just filled out tank 2 days ago and I went out to pick up the delivery ticket, which they leave on the tank. They charged us $4.50 per gallon which seemed pretty high. We called around and...
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1.0
I liked
  • Are usually reliable with deliveries
I didn't like
  • Overcharge on price
#1012262
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Charged me twice the amount of what they did last fill The woman on the phone will not give pricing without account number says the rates depend on how much you use but could not tell me how that works They are pricing per customer! why is it not a standard price per...
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1.8
I didn't like
  • Price
#1005317
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Went to buy 200 gallons of propane from Amerigas today. That is the minimum they will deliver without emergency fee. I lease the tank from them aswell. I ask what's the damage? $585.42 I was floored, asked what is my rate? $2.79....does thst include my military...
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Anonymous

Anonymous I use Amerigas, and couldn't be happier. When it is frozen outside, and I have no money....they fill the tank, knowing I will pay when I can. And, I always do. Our minimum f...

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Anonymous They SUCK ALL THE WAY AROUND!

1.0
#1004846
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I requested a propane fill from Amerigas on January 9, 2017. I had originally been on an automatic fill program, but when I called they informed me I was not on such a program. That was a lie. My tank fell below 25% and I was concerned about getting a fill before the...
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5.0
#1000764
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I am 79 years old and even though my bill is paid, they will not fill my tank for 5 days.My tank is about empty and will be by tomorrow. I phoned last week and again yesterday and today. They gouge on price, and they are abusive to talk too. I am going to phone both my...
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1.2
I didn't like
  • Inflated propane gas price
  • You have my money but i dont have your service
#996792
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My Company purchased by Amerigas
My local company purchased by Amerigas, my tank, my delivery invoices, and my bill stated to make checks out to Silsbee Propane the price per gallon goes up every delivery, so I opted to change companies rather than close my business. I called to inform them and a man...
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I didn't like
  • No accountability
  • Prices per gallon
#993957
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I called to order propane and told them I needed 200 gallons. I paid the over $500 over the phone. Today I received another bill from them for $399 more because they put in 100+ more gallons than I ordered. Its not the first time tbey've done this to me. I have to save...
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Anonymous

Anonymous Put a paddlelock on your propane tank like I did